Stevenage Vs Morecambe, Sat 22 Jan 2011

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Stevenage boss Graham Westley will be without Tim Sills and Jay O`Shea for the visit of Morecambe.

Striker Sills, who was a regular in Boro`s Conference title-winning side last season, has made just one appearance for the club this campaign and has agreed the mutual termination of his contract at the Lamex Stadium

O`Shea`s two-month loan deal with the club expired during the week and the winger briefly returned to parent-club Birmingham before being shipped back out on loan to Port Vale.

However, Westley could name Luke Daley in his squad after the striker joined on a month's loan from Norwich.

Midfield duo Joel Byrom and Darren Murphy are still struggling with ankle and foot injuries respectively and are not expected to feature as the club attempt to return to winning ways following last week`s 1-0 defeat at Chesterfield.

Morecambe will be without Mark Duffy after the winger joined Scunthorpe for an undisclosed fee.

The former Liverpool trainee, 25, has penned a two-and-a-half-year deal and goes straight into the Iron's squad for their home clash with Burnley.

However, defender Tony Capaldi has verbally agreed a deal to keep him at Morecambe until the end of the season.

The left-back's short-term deal ended on Monday but he has been offered another contract until the end of the campaign after some recent impressive performances.

The Shrimps were hopeful the deal would be sealed in time for him to face Boro, but striker James Spencer remains suspended and defender Paul Scott is still sidelined after a knee operation.

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